August 19, 2019– CCAR (The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair)and Shipmate, Inc. are pleased to share with our members news of important updates that have been completed within our most popular online HazmatU training course. Course update highlights include: New lithium battery content including the most recent and harmonized regulatory changes regarding passenger aircraft restrictions
August 14, 2019 – CCAR (The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair) is pleased to provide an online Safety course focused on Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) batteries. The course – developed by CCAR and ShipMate, Inc. – is the first in a series of complimentary online safety courses resulting from CCAR’s agreement with the U.S. Department
from; https://www.dol.gov/newsroom/releases/osha/osha20190529-1 News Release U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR CITES GEORGIA TIRE MANUFACTURER AND CONTRACTORS FOR 22 SAFETY AND HEALTH VIOLATIONS MACON, GA – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a combined 22 citations to Kumho Tire Georgia Inc., Sae Joong Mold Inc., and J-Brothers Inc. after a follow-up
Please click on the link below for more information on OSHA’s Safe + Sound “Take 3 in 30” challenge https://us15.campaign-archive.com/?e=&u=3fa909b1d0902ab0e5d620988&id=bcfc320662
March 14, 2019 – Electude International and CCAR (The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair) are pleased to announce that they have released preparatory Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) Safety courses for all automotive students readying to compete in SkillsUSA. The courses, available on a complimentary basis and with unlimited access to all participating instructors and students,
We’ve heard the refrain “Safety First” for as long as we can remember. Nothing wrong with that, is there? Well, Mike Rowe has an interesting perspective on that refrain, and he does a darn good job of explaining why in this short YouTube video. According to Rowe, he has adopted the idea of “Safety Third”.
The following is from CCAR friend and respected colleague Tony Martin. This article is based upon the content found in Chapters 2 and 12 from his book “Tuning Into Safety”. For more info, check out Tony’s website at; www.tuningintosafety.com The world of work has changed dramatically in recent years. One example of this change
February 18, 2019 — Electude International and CCAR (The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair) are pleased to announce further expansion of the online E-Safety course suite, the automotive safety courses, assessments and credentials created by CCAR and available through Electude. Expanded coverage adds new training modules including: First Aid and Emergency Eyewash; Safe Driving Essentials and Best
The following has been provided by our fine colleagues at OSHA; As we experience historic low temperatures and snowfall across the country, workers may be exposed to unprecedented harsh weather conditions. Working in cold weather brings challenges and hazards. OSHA has resources available to help workers stay safe, including a new pamphlet on snow
Diisocyanates (die-eye-so-sigh-ah-nates) sounds like a scary word. But in reality, Diisocyanates are nothing to be afraid of; they are incredible materials used to make your life more comfortable and help with energy conservation. Boom! Science. Diisocyanates are chemical building blocks used to make numerous polyurethane products such as foams, adhesives, coatings, elastomers, sealants and more.